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    February 23, 2019 8:25 AM GMT

    The front and back pages of the Spanish newspapers were dominated by one thing on Sunday - the Champions League final. Wholesale Hoodies . Real Madrid won the tournament for an 11th time after a tense 5-3 penalty shoot-out victory over Atletico Madrid at the San Siro.The teams could not be separated over 120 minutes, with Yannick Carrasco cancelling out Sergio Ramos early opener for Real as it finished 1-1. Cristiano Ronaldo then scored the decisive penalty to give Real their second Champions League victory in the last three years.Gloria interminable (Endless glory) is the headline on the front page of Madrid-based daily Marca.Underneath is written: After goals from Ramos and Carrasco, the final had an agonising outcome on penalties. Both teams gave their souls. Juanfran missed and Cristiano scored the decisive penalty.Another Madrid-based paper, AS, simply went with the headline La Undecima (The 11th) to signify the number of times Real have won the competition.A dejected Fernando Torres is pictured above the words an even crueler final for Atletico, comparing the defeat to their loss to Real in the 2014 showpiece.Real Madrid a la Undecima potencia (Real Madrid to the power of 11) is splashed across the front of national paper ABC.Real return to break the limits of European football with another Champions League that they won on penalties against an Atletico side that never lost belief, is written underneath the headline.While there was plenty of focus on the winners, the Barcelona-based papers went with the losing side on their front pages.Both El Mundo Deportivo and Sport carried the same headline: Pena maxima (Maximum penalty).Alongside a picture of Torres hugging Juanfran, who missed Atleticos fourth penalty, Sport writes: Madrid won their 11th [Champions League] on penalties in one of the most unjust finals that can be remembered. Sergio Ramos scored from an offside position and Griezmann missed a penalty.El Mundo Deportivo goes with: Ramos was offside when making it 1-0, Griezmann missed a penalty but Carrasco took the final into extra-time. CR7 scored the decisive goal in the shoot-out after Juanfrans miss as Atletico were punished and did not deserve to lose.In France, meanwhile, it was Zinedine Zidane who graced the front page of sports daily LEquipe.After becoming the seventh man to win the competition as a player and coach, Zidane is pictured being thrown into the air with the headline Grandiose (Spectacular).Nearly five months after his appointment, Zinedine Zidane clinched the Champions League after a stifling match, is the sub-headline. The Frenchman, already winner of the trophy as a player in 2002, has given Real their 11th title.Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was Ronaldo on the front page of Portuguese paper Record.The picture of the Real star is partnered with the headline Siii, meaning Yes and also referencing his three Champions League wins with the trio of is. Also See: I knew Id score winner CL talking points Benzema: Im staying Ronaldo seals Real glory Cheap Hoodies Free Shipping . Clarkson had been dealing with an elbow injury in early January and will be out of action for at least one week. He has three goals and five assists through 36 games with the Leafs this season. Cheap Authentic Hoodies . With the first unit struggling of late and Amir Johnson - one of the teams iron men - hobbling on an injured right ankle, Patterson knew he could get the nod in a challenging matchup against one of the leagues up and coming players at his position. .4 million title. 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